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OUTLAW Taproom - Four Seasons at Las Colinas


If you've ever been to the Byron Nelson, you're well aware of the beauty of the Four Seasons Resort and Club in Las Colinas. Beyond it's outer, natural beauty, you'll find the views of their newest indoor/outdoor space just as pleasing. 

the 'Peggy Sue' with a view

I attended an influencer happy hour on the patio of OUTLAW Taproom at the resort in May and got to see the stunning newly renovated space and taste many of their libations and snack offerings. The decades-old game room went under a million dollar facelift and reopened in early March of this year. 

OUTLAW Taproom is the offshoot of LAW, the resort's signature restaurant, and it is based on the outlaws of Texas music. You'll see the likenesses of Willie Nelson, Janis Joplin, ZZ Top, and Stevie Ray Vaughan all around the space, along with wall-mounted guitars and touches of leather. 

A margarita-ish cocktail plus nachos? I call this a "Texas two-step".
OUTLAW pours a number of Texas beers, wines, and craft cocktails on tap. You'll be immediately drawn to the covered outdoor patio which overlooks the resort pool. It's furnished with giant fans to fend off the summer heat and is covered with heated ceilings to also be ideal for cooler weather. There's also a rustic fireplace, a pool table, shuffleboard setup,  and synthetic bocce ball court to keep you entertained. 

The head of the bar program at OUTLAW is Alfredo Sanchez. A Sommelier, Certified Specialist of Tequila and Master Mezcalier, his creations are as beautiful (scroll down to see) as they are easily sippable. 

The Texas outlaw culture bleeds onto the drink menu, with cocktails named Como La Flor, Peggy Sue(Sana), and Pancho Villa. Texas is the name of the game on the menu as well, and you'll find classic Lone Star staples like queso, tacos, and sausage all upgraded with creative new spins. Save room for the LAW S'mores, flamed tableside. 

A space that is "totally Texan" with a view to boot, OUTLAW Taproom is open daily for locals, hotel guests, and private Club members, and can accommodate groups, company happy hours, and private parties. 

Scroll down for more tempting reasons to try out OUTLAW Taproom...

The Peggy Sue(Sana): tequila Fortaleza reposado, Texas grapefruit, agave, tajin

the magnificent view from OUTLAW Taproom


Como la Flor

Soul to soul sour

The Pancho Villa

Sausage Tray

Venison Corn Dogs with House BBQ Mustard

Tacos and salsas because Texas

Crab deviled eggs
Red Neck Cheddar Nachos
Valet parking (or Uber/Lyft) will be necessary for your visit. OUTLAW Taproom is open Monday-Friday from 5pm to 1am, and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 1am. 

OUTLAW Taproom
at Four Seasons at Las Colinas
4150 N MacArthur Blvd
Irving, TX 75038
972.717.0700

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